ONLINE CONFERENCE – 4th Annual Forum on Indigenous Policing
The new decade brings many new beginnings for Indigenous Policing. The incoming Comprehensive Police Services Act (COPS) offers an opt-in
option for First Nations Police Service, an opportunity which will likely cause a ripple effect in police policy across the country. MMIWG initiatives and
the announcement of a National Strategy to Combat Human Trafficking are positive actions to improve public safety. Still, day-to-day police work
continues to be hindered by the internal struggle for resources and training and the public struggle against the criminal element.
Join us this year as we address:
> Federal Funding for First Nation Policing Services
> Legislative Option for First Nations Policing under the Community Safety and Policing Act, 2019
> Action Items for Combating Human Trafficking
> One Year Check-in: Implementing Recommendations from MMIWGI
> Mitigating the Fentanyl Crisis
This one-day interactive event brings together a diverse group of police professionals working in First Nation police services, diversity units, police
boards and communities, as well as federal and provincial government departments, for in-depth solution-driven discussions. If this is your first
time attending the event, I promise you a truly unique experience.